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GALFA-Myer Foundation grant round outcomes 2018

We partnered with the Sidney Myer Foundation in two grant rounds in 2018, both focused on LGBTIQ Australians living with disability.

In June we awarded a grant of $14,388 to Mellem Rose at Spectrum Intersections at Aspergers Victoria. The project is called ‘Interpreting the Spectrums: Understanding Barriers to Healthcare for the LGBTIQA+ Autistic Community project’ and will develop a guide for health providers to support more sensitive and inclusive care for LGBTIQA+ patients living with neurodiversity including autism.

In November, the Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration at University of NSW, led by Kim Burns, was awarded $20,000 for the evaluation and wider dissemination of an eLearning Resource developed for those supporting LGBTI people with Dementia and Changed Behaviours.

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